We are very proud to announce the addition of attorney David Wolff to the family.
David Wolff is an associate attorney, practicing out of the firm’s Buffalo office. Born and raised in Elma, New York, David attended Iroquois High School. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University in 2011 with a major in Advertising/Public Relations and a dual minor in Law and Liberal Arts and English. After earning his bachelor’s degree, David returned home and received his J.D. from SUNY Buffalo Law School in 2014.
While in law school, David focused his studies on his trial advocacy skills. In 2013, he was selected to join the school’s Trial Advocacy Program, where he represented SUNY Buffalo at competitions in New York City and Syracuse. David’s trial team made the finals in the Peter James Johnson National Civil Rights Trial Competition in 2013. David was also a founding member of the UB Law Trial Advocacy group ABOTA and a member of the UB Law Sports & Entertainment Society.
David focuses on utilizing his legal skills to aid those who have been hurt by other’s negligence. David has attended legal seminars in Atlanta, Georgia and the Western New York region focusing on personal injury cases. David has a passion for sports and enjoys the outdoors in his free time.
Learn more about David’s experience on his bio
We want to thank you all for the well wishes, phone calls, emails, and prayers. With every bit of kindness extended to my niece and her husband Wally, my heart swells with warmth from our great city of Buffalo.
We appreciate all of the generosity shown to my niece and truly appreciate everyone who’s donated to fund Maksym’s funeral and Stephanie’s medical care thus far.
Our tech lead Rachel Cantor has been collecting data from U.S. Department of Labor OSHA on chemical exposure testing dating back to 1984!
Check out the map of New York state she created based on this data which includes monitoring of occupational hazardous materials like asbestos, lead, and other toxic materials commonly cited for violations of OSHA.
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Thank you Buffalo, New York for being so incredibly supportive towards us this week.
Also thank you Andrew Cuomo for acting so quickly in response to an email from Mark Cantor’s daughter, Rachel Cantor. It was barely even two hours on Sunday from the time she emailed his office, asking for a guardrail to be placed in his memory, and the time of the press release.
Of course, we all wish the changes didn’t have to come only after such tragic circumstances, but in times like these, this is a life saving change so others can enjoy the park safely for many years to come.